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<club-landing-paragraph>Author Mikki Kendall shares why she didn't believe feminism was for her; what inspired her to write Hood Feminism; how to challenge people who say harmful things; and why Feminism isn't just about marriage, motherhood, and the working world.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>Solidarity Is For White Women<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Mikki shares why Patricia Arquette's 2015 Oscar acceptance speech drew such controversy. Mikki also discusses how one of her grandmother's rules influenced how she grew to understand Feminism.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>Poverty And Policy<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Mikki delves into the policies that impact poverty, and how important it is to discuss race when talking about class related issues.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>Misconceptions And The Media<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Mikki covers a number of the systemic cultural issues that should be seen as Feminist issues, and discusses how the mainstream media (and Hollywood) play a significant role in how women of color see themselves.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>Violence And Policing<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Mikki talks about race and the police, what "defund the police" really means, and violence against the Queer community.<club-landing-paragraph>